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Red Bull, Ferrari challenging major changes in Formula One engine systems

Red Bull, Ferrari challenging major changes in Formula One engine systems

ABU DHABI: After Mercedes power of this season’s world championship, Red Bull and Ferrari are challenging major changes to Formula One engine systems next year.

But team champions Mercedes are not intense on plans to allow their rivals limited in season engine development and have indicated they will obstinately defend their current advantage. Ferrari and Red Bull want rule changes to cut costs and improve their competitiveness..

Marco Mattiacci said absolutely we need to look at amazing for 2016. Red Bull team Chief Christian Horner told that Formula One had thought to drain the current turbo powered 1.5 liter V6 engine only introduced this year. And he was sponsored by Ferrari team principal Mattiacci.

It is clear we will have the moment accept the status quo, in conditions of power unit, and in terms of regulation for 2015, absolutely we are not going to admit the status quo for 2016.

Horner said possibly we need to look at a different engine a new engine. Maybe still a V6 or maybe a more simplified V6 that controls the cost of development and cost of supply to a team and to the privateer teams.